Good Morning All,
Hopefully someone can give me a clue as to how to accomplish something...
The situation is this:
The owner of a website I designed is traveling doing event presentations.
She is enlisting the help from current members in each city to help enroll New members through a special event signup form.
The path to the signup form is through the owner's admin log in, and then a link to the form page with no menu or access to anything else that would normally be accessible to the admin/owner.
Problem 1 - the helper can hit the back button to get to the admins page with all the menu links available, and I need to eliminate that.
Solution - open the event signup form in a new browser window and then go back to the original page and log out.
Creating Problem 2. - The script checks that you are logged in, and once the admin logs out, the form page requires login again.
Solution - Don't do the login check on the form page, so logging out won't create an issue..
Creating Problem 3 - The form page would then be accessible to anyone with the URL...
So, what I think would resolve this issue is to be able to do a check on the form page to see where they were to get to this page...
This in my mind would eliminate someone just surfing to this URL, but would ensure that they came from the admin page post log in, so we would know that they were logged in or they couldn't have gotten there.
Hope this makes sense, and that someone could give me some direction on accomplishing this.
OR, if you have a better, cleaner, safer, more effective means of accomplishing the goal, I'd be open to any suggestions.
Thanks in advance.
Edited by showman13: spelling error